Speaker, Founder of Open Doors
“My prayer and desire is to see more and more people support the unique and strategic ministry of Frontiers. In order to see a breakthrough in the Muslim world we need organisations like Frontiers.”
Speaker, Founder of Great Lakes Outreach
“I love everything about Frontiers: their passion for Jesus, urgency to go to unreached people groups, cultural sensitivity and willingness to embrace the toughest challenges - all motivated by love for the billion-plus precious souls in the Muslim world.”
Speaker, Founder of Operation Mobilisation
“I praise God that He has raised up the work of Frontiers, one of the few agencies on the cutting edge of reaching Muslims with the message of the gospel.”
Woodlands Church, Bristol
"We at Woodies have been partnering with Frontiers for many years. We really appreciate their practical love for Muslims and commitment to taking the gospel to where it has not been heard. What's more, workers we have sent out through Frontiers are a great inspiration to our congregations to seek God's kingdom more radically both here and overseas."
Speaker, Founder of desiring God.org and chancellor of Bethlehem College & Seminary.
"...I thank God that Frontiers obeys the command of Jesus to make disciples of all nations, including Muslims."
"Frontiers profoundly reflect the heart of the Father in their passion to love and reach Muslims with the good news. They are prayerful, strategic in practice, long term in their thinking and committed to breakthrough; it is a privilege to work alongside them."
Student at Durham University
"Frontiers is home to some of the most refreshing and passionate evangelists I have ever come across. Their heart for Muslims is not only inspirational but also much-needed in today’s world where almost one third of the world remains unreached by the gospel."
Woodlands Metro Church, Bristol
"Frontiers has a proven track record in mobilising and equipping ordinary Christians to cross cultural divides and to share the love of Jesus appropriately with the Muslim world."
Director of Affinity
"I was delighted when Frontiers joined the Affinity family last year. We highly value their passion to take the gospel to the Muslim world and we consider it a privilege to be able to partner with them in this great task."
Worship Leader, Songwriter
"Balancing cultural sensitivity and passion, Frontiers reach the unreached with love and truth. It has been my great joy and privilege to go on a short term trip, lead worship with them in various settings and to support them as an organisation. I would encourage you to get involved in this important work too!"
Tuesday 16th JulyArab Iraqis Arab Iraqis are one of the country’s largest unreached people groups, making up approximately three quarters of the population. Of these it is estimated that the majority Shias number 15 million, while Sunnis total 9 million. Most live in ...Read More
Monday 15th JulyIraq Pop: 40m Muslim: 95%Often known as the ‘cradle of Christianity,’ modern Iraq occupies what was once ancient Mesopotamia. Babylon was one of the most important political, religious and cultural centres of ancient Mesopotamia, the land between the Tigris a...Read More
Saturday 13th JulyThen they came to Jericho. As Jesus and his disciples, together with a large crowd, were leaving the city, a blind man, Bartimaeus (which means “son of Timaeus”), was sitting by the roadside begging. When he heard that it was Jesus of Nazareth, he began to shout, “J...Read More
Friday 12th JulyDivine opportunities“Observe them carefully, for this will show your wisdom and understanding to the nations, who will hear about all these decrees and say, “Surely this great nation is a wise and understanding people.” Deut 4:6In the West when tal...Read More
Thursday 11th JulyReaching Jordanians with the gospelAlthough refugees in Jordan are open to hearing the gospel, reaching Jordanians themselves with itis harder, because they do not have as much reason to be open to new things and there is great persecution for those who bec...Read More
Wednesday 10th JulyRefugees in JordanFrom as early as 1948, Jordan has accepted refugees from neighbouring countries in conflict. The first refugees were from Palestine, following the Arab-Israeli War in 1948 -1949, while another wave of Palestinians arrived in 1967 following the...Read More